Ubisoft has postponed the online release of the PC version of Watch Dogs: Legion.
news Announcing a PC delay Through the official Watchdogs: Legion Twitter account.
The reason for the delay is that an issue has been identified that may cause players with certain GPUs to crash. The team is working hard to resolve this issue as quickly as possible, and at the same time, they decided to postpone the online mode until the issue is resolved.
According to the notice, certain online modes will also be delayed on the console, but most plans are still being released on March 9.
This is especially true for tactical OP, where there is also a crash problem. Instead, this model will be released on March 23.
The PlayStation system will also have limited in-game chat text when it is released. The fix is in preparation and will also be released on March 23.
Watchdog: News from the Legion Team about the online mode: pic.twitter.com/VVeaZ7v7yb
-Watchdogs: Legion (@watchdogsgame) March 5, 2021
Ubisoft announced in February that it would release Watch Dogs: Legion in an onl ine mode. This mode was postponed in November 2020. It will be available in March and will be updated for free on game consoles and PCs. Will be provided free of charge to all game users.
If you are just starting the game, please check out our “Operation Staff Recruitment” guide here, as well as a page on how to conduct autonomous challenges, how to find technical points, how to unlock Stormzy’s “Falling My Enemy” mission and how to proceed. Take a quick tour of London.